In order to make tablets and smartphones more useful, developers are working on improving keyboards for these devices. Fleksy is the newest player in town and was originally designed for visually impaired people.
When typing with Fleksy, words will be suggested to you. If you want to use one of those words, simply click on it and swipe to accept it.
Fleksy will one day be available for all major smartphone platforms (iOS, Android and Windows Phone), but for now is only available as an iOS app. It’s currently a free download in the iTunes store, but an in-app purchase is available if you want to use Fleksy for mail or web browsing.
- Fleksy suggests words to you as you type.
- Jump to the end of the word by accepting a suggestion and swiping.
- Intended for visually impaired people.
- Will eventually be available for other smartphone platforms.
- Similar tools: Radial, Klava, 10-Fast-Fingers, TypingLessons-Online and Keybr.
- Also read related articles: The Best Free Apps to Help you start Touch Typing.
Check out Fleksy @ http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/fleksy/id520337246?ls=1&mt=8